Today will feature more sensible temperatures for this time of year as cooler air filters into the region from Canada on westerly breezes. Those westerly breezes will set up our usual upslope/downslope pattern with mountain clouds and snow showers while the coast sees partly to mostly sunny skies. Mountain snow showers will be enhanced at times by moisture moving in from Lake Ontario, and 1-3″ could pile up on the higher summits and favorably-exposed western slopes. When we get a surge of lake moisture later this morning to team up with a weak secondary cold front, a few of those mountain flurries might drift into the foothills or even the coastal plain, but no accumulation is expected outside the mountains.
Temps today will fall slowly but steadily as cooler air moves in from the west. Look for highs to occur early in the day and range from the mid 20s in western NH to the upper 30s east of Augusta.